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Nitin Gadkari threatens his IT tormentors

A day after becoming a “free man”, Nitin Gadkari today held out a threat to income tax authorities, probing dubious fundings in the Purti group with which he was associated, saying nobody would save them when the BJP came to power at the Centre.

No extra FSI to builders: CM

CM Prithviraj Chavan on Friday reiterated that the government would discontinue the premium system that was being followed in redevelopment schemes and replace it with a flat-sharing system.

BMC hauled up in CAG report

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has been pulled up in the latest report of the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) for the various discrepancies in cost variations in road contracts all

‘Can’t meet loadshedding deadline’

Forget the loadshedding-free Maharashtra that was promised, the state is in the danger of facing its biggest power crisis due to shortage of water, increasing coal prices in international market and d

State govt agrees to set up SIT

The state government on Monday announced an SIT investigation into allegations of corruption in irrigation projects. Dr Madhav Chitale, irrigation expert, will head the SIT.

Livid Dhoni holds batsmen, pacers responsible for series loss

A dejected India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni today blamed his batsmen and quick bowlers in equal measure for the team's humiliating 1-2 series loss against England after the fourth and final Test ended in a draw here.

England win Test series in India, end 28-year wait


England today broke a 28-year-old jinx by achieving a historic Test series win on Indian soil, leaving the hosts embarrassed with a 2-1 verdict after the fourth and final match ended in a draw here.

Ashwin optimistic of Indian victory tomorrow


India off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin is confident that the home team will be able to dismiss the remaining seven England batsmen at a fast clip thereby forcing a series levelling victory.

I was waiting for one long innings: Virat Kohli


After scoring a patient century under pressure to lead a remarkable Indian fightback against England in the fourth Test today, Virat Kohli said this was the innings he had been waiting to play for some time.

Kohli-Dhoni heroics brings India back against England

Virat Kohli slammed a patient century while skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni missed it by just one run as the duo showed admirable tenacity under pressure to lead a remarkable Indian fightback which has restored the balance in the fourth and final cricket Test against England here today.

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